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Southwest Museum Named ‘National Treasure’

The city of Los Angeles’100-year-old Southwest Museum was named a “national treasure” today by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The announcement... Read more »

Supreme Court to Take Up Ban On Same-Sex Marriage

Same-sex marriage proponents in the Southland and across the country hailed today’s announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether gay and lesbian... Read more »

Bell Gardens Has Yet to Address Water Rates

It will not stop the bleeding, but a new service contract approved Monday by the Bell Gardens City Council is expected to improve operation of the city-owned water... Read more »

AB 60 Takes Effect with Some Glitches

After two decades of waiting, thousands of undocumented immigrants are showing up at California Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices hoping to take advantage... Read more »

Our Top Stories of 2014

It’s now 2015 and it’s human nature to hope that the new year will be better than the last, even if it was a good year overall. There will be resolutions... Read more »

She Was Brutally Attacked, Now Officers Try to Mend Her ‘Injured’ Spirit

When Blanca Rodriguez received the call from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Northeast Division last week that officers were on their way over to pick her... Read more »

New Boyle Heights Work Center Promotes Local Jobs

When Juan Alvarez went to the new work resource center in Boyle Heights last week, he noticed most of the job openings involved physical labor. That’s just fine... Read more »

Exide Residential Cleanup Continues

On the quiet block of La Puerta Avenue in Boyle Heights, a small bobcat bulldozer was in high gear last week, removing dirt from homes where high levels of lead... Read more »

Action Delayed On Finalizing L.A. City Street Vending Policy

The City Council’s Economic Development Committee Tuesday withheld its support for a permitting program for mobile sidewalk vendors, with several members saying... Read more »

Molina Hopes to be Remembered as a ‘Champion’ Who Listened

On Feb. 19, 1991, a nervous Gloria Molina took her seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, making history as the first Latina ever elected to the five-person... Read more »

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